- Web3 is Bullshit
If you read tech journalism you’ll probably hear the fuzzy term web3 bandied about in the press. Sprinkled around all these articles are all manner of idealistic and utopian ideas about how we can rebuild the internet to reflect our aspirations of a more humane and egalitarian society. However the journalists never quite drill down into the details on the mechanisms of how the internet will be remade. Because after all tech writers are in the storytelling business and a myth about the rebirth of cyberspace makes for a ripping yarn far more than mundane skepticism of a hyped technology.
- Introduction to WebAssembly components
16 Dec 2021
WebAssembly and WASI show great promise for the future of computing outside the browser, and the WebAssembly component model aims to improve the portability, cross-language, and composition story for Wasm. This article explains the goals of the component model, and showcases how to use tooling from …
- How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Push To Master
If you've ever worked on a team of developers of any size, your team has undoubtedly reached an agreement among your team about how your code will be branched and integrated.
- A deep dive into an NSO zero-click iMessage exploit: Remote Code Execution
Ian Beer & Samuel Groß
15 Dec 2021
Earlier this year, Citizen Lab managed to capture an NSO iMessage-based zero-click exploit being used to target a Saudi activist. In this two-part blog post series we will describe for the first time how an in-the-wild zero-click iMessage exploit works